(1520 - 1598)
Antoine Caron was active/lived in France. Antoine Caron is known for painting-religious and royal subjects, stained glass, etcher.
Biography Antoine Caron
Born in Beauvais, France, Antoine Caron became a court painter
beginning 1575 to Henry III and Henry IV as well as a master stain
glassmaker and designer for churches; illustrator, including for Metamorphoses by Ovid; and engraver for the Book of Philostrate from the workshop of Denis de Mathoniere.
Many works by Antoine Caron have been lost, but "about a dozen were
rediscovered in the twentieth century." His style was precise and
classically realistic with "much grace, elegance of form, and rhythmic
His career began with religious paintings for churches and with
stain-glass window designs. He spent ten years, 1540 to 1550,
working at Fountainbleau Palace, and as a result of
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